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Well today marks the first of the month and today a few other firsts, because I am trying again. Bethany Jane (@adventureanx) and I were chatting on Twitter and have both decided that this is the month we are going to be successful in diets and exercise and all other aspects in our lives.
But before we get ahead of ourselves, why don’t we look back at last month’s goals?
Read one new book? Done! In fact, I read 3 and started a fourth! Still no reviews though, sorry. I really am so lazy at the minute, please forgive me.
Blog twice a week? Success! I’ve actually been quite in touch with my blogging this month, even if they haven’t been top quality posts.
Cook 2 new meals? Well I made a delicious Caribbean Pork dish at the beginning of the month, and then I forgot about this goal for the rest of the month… Sorry!
So that 2 and a half, right? That’s not so bad! So this month’s goals are: Read The Cursed Child. It arrived yesterday morning and I honestly can’t wait to start it.
Get to a place where I’m happy in myself. I’m not really sure what’s wrong with me at the minute but I need to take the time and figure out what’s going on in my head. So give this one some time.
Develop a healthier lifestyle. Preferably one that doesn’t include me sitting watching Netflix all day…
So there you have it! Do you think any of these will work? What’re your goals for the month? Are you trying again like me?
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